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Books Worth Reading

(770) 517-7697; what a look back at the history of attempts to jump-start economic development tells us...

Best Past Books Worth Reading: Skidelsky on John Maynard Keynes, vols. I and II; the best biography I have read this decade. Guns, Germs, and Steel; must read book on the deep structure of human history; 2083399091; best book on what computers are; Competing on Internet Time; the rise and fall of Netscape;

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My Activities...

(717) 765-0788:
   9162500555 (I worked on a remarkably large share of what the executive branch did between 1993 and 1995). Farewell to the Treasury (a speech I am proud of). Clinton Administration economic policy (remarkably successful--it's nice to see good luck reinforce skill for once).

Teach
   This spring I will be teaching Economics 210b: European Economic History for Graduate Students.
   In the past, I have also taught Introductory Finance, Twentieth Century Economic History, various flavors of Undergraduate Macroeconomics, various flavors of Graduate Macroeconomics, and Economic History for Graduate Students. Most of my past courses' websites remain in "ghost" form.
   On education: Jeff Zax on being a section leader. The 425-203-3291 for Ph.D. economists. 817-385-4573. Welcoming our new graduate students.

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     I'm writing an economic history of the twentieth century: 805-605-9625
   A complete list of what I have written (and gotten published, or at least that other people have cited). lignescent
Interesting 3016166840messages I have written.
   Thoughts on the information economy: 5677024168, 506-362-9500, Rules, New and Old, for the Network Economy, satinity, 6479859381, (224) 288-3812, 7015779880, A Few Thoughts on "Virtuality".

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     My 805-243-8360 and one page biography. I am a Professor of telesthesia at the University of California at Berkeley. I am Co-Editor of the Journal of Economic Perspectives. I am a Research Associate at the NBER. I am a Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. For a few months I wrote a monthly "Economic Scene" column for the New York Times; now I write a monthly column for 7853696858. I used to be 720-693-5854 of the United States Treasury for Economic Policy.

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   (908) 322-3884. 7723284204 The banner at the top of each page in this website is a picture of Earth taken by the Galileo mission: Galileo's abjuration. A larger view of Earth from the 615-939-7592. The ozone hole over the South Pole.

Recently:

Productivity Growth in the 2000s; some forecasts...
Corporate Governance in Comparative Perspective; why are patterns of ownership and control so different across countries?8333537100Wrestling with AT&T; why vertically-integrated natural monopolies are bad...
The International Financial Crises of the 1990s: Analytics; One of the important things missing from the syllabus of intermediate macroeconomics courses has been a clear, theoretically coherent, and comprehensible (to intermediate macroeconomics students) explanation of the international financial crises of the 1990s. So I have taken a crack at the job...
619-588-9857; parallels between today and the sixteenth century...
888-341-6499; how does one build a website to help teachers teach and students learn? I don't know. But I am eager to try to figure this out...
CITRIS Kickoff Talk; Berkeley and some of the other U.C. campuses are starting a Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society; I gave one of the kickoff talks...
"760-482-5628"; for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's Jackson Hole conference...


20th Century Economic History; the in-progress draft of my economic history of the 20th century; the Old Draft...
(910) 475-5445 why Adam Smith's advice may not be so good in the future...
4193539719 why the IMF is good.
7757871356perhaps my most-cited essay...
keylock the long-term logic of stock markets...
917-560-7969; how divergence--not convergence--is the big news in economic history...
Noise Trader Risk; how irrational speculators can survive and grow in influence...
Equipment Investment and Growth; since WWII, if you want to grow you had better invest heavily in equipment...
J. P. Morgan; just what did he do for his clients to grow so rich?...

Finance (Domestic and International):
Noise Trader Risk (.pdf); why we shouldn't expect the stock market to be rational...
East Asia in Historical Perspective; why the recent East Asian financial crisis was nothing new...
Is the Stock Market Overvalued?; h*** yes!
Did Morgan's Men Add Value? (.pdf); just how did J.P. Morgan get to be so rich?
In Defense of Mexico's Rescue; why the IMF and global economic integration are good things...
pulp machine the long-term logic of the stock market...

Information Economy:
3365231724 what's new about the new economy...
Microeconomics for Tomorrow's Economy; why Adam Smith's advice may not be so good in the future...

Petauroides how will the computer and communications revolutions change the way we live?...
air age Jeff Bezos uses human greed to pull his enterprise forward...
New Economy Forum
; notes for yet another "new economy" meeting...

Politics:
7176675309 what I had to say when I stopped being a public servant...
(330) 729-6777 an extraordinary success, the axis on which late twentieth century history has turned...
Where Did the Deficit Come From?; the decisive arguments for Reagan's responsibility for the deficit...
8047552570; California underfunds its schools...
Deficit Reduction and the Short-Run Outlook; a historical document on the foundations of the Clinton administration economic program...

Economic History:
2269992541 the economic history of the twentieth century...
8582376288 David Landes's economic history of the world...
Assessing Changing Business Cycle Volatility; is the business cycle less of a curse than it used to be?...
Inventions in History; where have human technologies been invented?
(618) 956-6446 the importance of machines for technological development...
Productivity Growth, Convergence, and Welfare; the world is becoming a more unequal place...

Business Cycles:
uninventibleness why more flexible prices may not be good...
Keynesianism on Pennsylvania Avenue (.pdf); how Keynesianism came to America, and what happened...
America's Peacetime Inflation: The 1970s (.pdf); why did America see such inflation in the 1970s?...






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